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  1. RNC taps legal account to help pay for lawyers for President Trump and son Donald Jr. in Russia probes

    In a Federal Election Commission report set to be filed Wednesday, the RNC will report paying more than $230,000 to Trump's attorneys in August…
  2. Morgan Freeman powers effort to raise awareness of Russia's true intentions: 'We are at war'

    OregonLive-Movies 09.20 / 15:19 oregonlive.com
    The Oscar-winning actor has played the president of the United States in a time of crisis (in 2008's "Deep Impact"), but this time he's speaking as himself, as a…
  3. “We Are At War” – Morgan Freeman Is The Face Of The New “Committee To Investigate Russia”

    Thedailysheeple.com - Lifestyle 09.20 / 15:13 thedailysheeple.com
    Imagine this movie-script: a former KGB spy, angry at the collapse of his motherland, plots a course for revenge... narrates the ominous sounding voice of Morgan…
  4. Video: ‘Zapad 2017’: Western officials call Russia-Belarus drills ‘invasion’

    Rinf.com - U.S. 09.20 / 14:50 rinf.com
    Joint military drills between Russia and Belarus are well underway. Some Western officials have expressed concern over what they see as a threat to European … Via…
  5. Russia’s Interference in Germany Will Continue beyond the September 24 Elections

    Gmfus.org - World 09.20 / 14:38 gmfus.org
    On September 24, Germany holds a nationwide election. If the polls and experts are accurate, it should be a humdrum affair. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) will receive the majority of the votes, sending her to a fourth term without breaking much of a sweat. However, all elections, even predictable ones, have consequences - some of them long-reaching. Far-right and Kremlin-supported Alternative for Deutschland (AfD) looks certain to enter the Bundestag for the f…
  6. Russia accuses US of missile treaty breach

    Russian FM rebukes US President’s comments questioning Iran nuclear deal, in another sign of disagreement between two c…
  7. Russia regains FIFA Council seat after Mutko's ouster

    Russia has regained its place on the FIFA Council. The move comes six months after Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko was blocked from…
  8. RNC spent over $230K last month covering Trump’s legal fees in Russia investigation

    Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN) 09.20 / 14:07 wimsradio.com
    iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — The Republican National Committee (RNC) spent over $230,000 last month to cover President Donald Trump’s legal fees related to the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, an RNC official confirmed to ABC News. The money went to two members of Trump’s personal legal team: $131,250 to Jay Sekulow and $100,000 to John Dowd through their law firms. Fees to Sekulow’s firm covered work by other attorneys Read…
  9. Ex-Trump adviser buys guns for home and office after being ensnarled in Mueller’s Russia investigation

    Rawstory.com - U.S. 09.20 / 13:51 rawstory.com
    Michael Caputo, a former communications adviser to then-candidate Donald Trump, said that he has purchased guns for his home and office after learning that he was part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election. Caputo, who has…
  10. Russia regains FIFA Council seat after Mutko's ouster

    Dailyrecordnews.com - All Sports 09.20 / 13:40 dailyrecordnews.com
    GENEVA (AP) — Russia has regained its place on the FIFA Council, six months after Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko was blocked from r…
  11. Russia now Iraqi Kurds' biggest source of funds, signals support for Kurdish independence

    Haaretz.com - Middle Easte 09.20 / 13:29 haaretz.com
    Kremlin oil giant Rosneft has committed around $4 billion to Kurdistan, while FM Lavrov signaled in June Russia would not oppose…
  12. Ukraine’s Naftogaz lodges complaint against Russia over Crimea

    Presstv.com - Media 09.20 / 13:06 presstv.com
    Ukraine’s top energy company files a complaint against Russia over alleged seizure of assets in C…
  13. Russia: Rose still the number one flower?

    Floraldaily.com - Lifestyle 09.20 / 13:04 floraldaily.com
    Russia is a flower loving country and around 90 percent of the flowers are imported. The largest share of these flowers are sold in Moscow, followed by Saint Petersburg. Last week, during the FlowersExpo week in Moscow, we got the opportunity to visit a flower market that has one of the largest selections…
  14. Trump speech a ‘welcome statement,’ says Russia foreign minister

    Macleans.ca - World 09.20 / 13:02 www.macleans.ca
    Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says the takeaway from Trump's speech was 'that the U.S. would not impose its way of life on others.' The post Trump speech a ‘welcome statement,’ says Russia foreign minister appeared first on…
  15. AP Interview: Lavrov hints US-Russia ‘tit-for-tat’ could end

    Naplesherald.com - World 09.20 / 13:01 naplesherald.com
    BY JOHN DANISZEWSKI NEW YORK (AP) — Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told The Associated Press in an interview that he heard positive news in President Donald Trump’s United Nations address: “that the U.S. would not impose its way of life on others.” “I think it’s a very welcome statement, which we haven’t heard from […
  16. China and Russia's Crazy Plan to Make America's Most Powerful Weapon Obsolete

    Nationalinterest.org - Politics 09.20 / 12:58 nationalinterest.org
    Robert Farley Security, How they can sink the carriers.  And if aircraft carriers can’t contribute in the most critical conflicts that face the United States, it will become impossible to justify to the resources necessary to their construction and protection. That, more than anything else, will lead to obsolescence, and the end of the aircraft carrier as the currency of national power. Aircraft carriers have been the primary capital ship of naval combat since the 1940s, and remain the …
  17. Trump justified in using RNC funds to cover Russia probe legal fees – RNC member

    Rinf.com - U.S. 09.20 / 12:52 rinf.com
    Published time: 20 Sep, 2017 03:37 Edited time: 20 Sep, 2017 07:11 President Donald Trump is reportedly the first president to cover legal fees associated with a criminal probe using re-election campaign donations. A Republican National Committeeman tells RT America that the payments are legal and justified. Amid reports that Trump has used RNC funds…
  18. Russia regains FIFA Council seat after Mutko’s ouster

    Federalnewsradio.com - All Sports 09.20 / 12:50 federalnewsradio.com
    Russia has regained its place on the FIFA Council, six months after Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko was blocked from re-election The post Russia regains FIFA Council seat after Mutko’s ouster appeared first on…
  19. This is the price of being a person of interest in the Russia probe

    Theweek.com - US 09.20 / 12:30 theweek.com
    President Trump may have the pockets of the Republican National Committee and his re-election campaign to dip into for legal bills stemming from the Russia probe, but not everyone else is so lucky, Bloomberg reports. Michael Caputo, who only briefly served as an adviser to the Trump campaign, reports that being a person of interest in the Russia investigation has led to more than $30,000 in legal fees, money he's had to pull from his children's college funds. "It's very expensive and…
  20. 5 Weapons the U.S. Marines Would Use to Crush China or Russia in a War

    Nationalinterest.org - Politics 09.20 / 11:55 nationalinterest.org
    Dave Majumdar Security, They know how to win wars.  The AH-1Z also shares many common parts with the Marines’ Bell UH-1Y Venom version of the UH-1 Huey, which helps with the services logistics. However, on the downside, the Viper and Venom are unique platforms with the Defense Department, and have not been built in huge numbers like the Army’s Apache or UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters. That means the Marines have a more difficult time keeping their machines up-to-date with the latest advanc…